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I am preparing for the level III exam this year and I really want to focus my studies this season on the kinesiology behind what we do. While Bob Barnes ' Encyclopedia is great, it doesn't go into much depth about physical aspects of why we do what we do. Does anyone know of a basic manual or crash course guide to kinesiology that would be helpful in this circumstance. Furthermore, for all of you level III, trainers, and examiners; do you think that this is a appropriate focus?
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Why do you supose they call them crash courses? :

But, go to google and do an advanced on the exact phrase:
"kinesiology" and/or
"muscular recruitment" and/or
"kinetic chain" and/or

You will find some interesting info and leads/links to far more.
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